TenderScout CEO to speak in Longford

Deputy James Bannon; Kathleen Barrington, Tempus Media; Tony Corrigan, CEO, TenderScout; Angela Madden who lives in Athlone also from Tempus Media and Cllr John Duffy.
According to one local TD, the opportunities for SME’s in Longford and Westmeath are “immense”.

According to one local TD, the opportunities for SME’s in Longford and Westmeath are “immense”.

Deputy James Bannon was speaking following the launch of a new initiative - TenderScout - by businessman Tony Corrigan last week, an event which Deputy Bannon and Cllr John Duffy attended.

Tony Corrigan, who has some 20 years’ experience in the Information Technology (IT) sector, said he took the step after research revealed that only ten per cent of Irish SMEs were winning Irish government public tenders.

Deputy Bannon and Cllr John Duffy have invited TenderScout CEO, Tony Corrigan to Longford to meet with members of the County Enterprise Board and address local businesses to see how they can be more successful in securing more of these valuable public sector contracts.